Girl Scouts Patch

Earn the GIRLS GOT GAME Patch!

Join the Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee in Celebrating Women in Sports as Nashville hosts the 2014 NCAA Division I Women’s Final Four®

GS-PatchMen’s sports are given as much as 50 times more coverage than women’s sports, and women’s sports receives significantly less funding than men’s. It’s time to change it all and bring women’s sports into focus for everyone—and Girl Scouts can help lead the way by earning the Girls Got Game patch!

This knowledge-building patch offers Girl Scouts numerous ways to learn new skills, be active and share their passion for women playing sports. Girl Scouts will build self-confidence and learn more about leadership, teamwork, journalism, and how women are changing the face of competitive sports.


To earn the Girls Got Game patch,

    1. Choose at least one activity from “Part 1”
    2. Then choose from the activities in “Part 2” based on your scout level
      • Daisy Girl Scout – 3 activities
      • Brownie Girl Scout – 4 activities
      • Junior Girl Scout – 6 activities
      • Cadette Girl Scout – 8 activities
      • Senior and Ambassador Girl Scout – 10 activities

Click Here to Download Activities List

About the Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee

The first Middle Tennessee Girl Scouts troops were started in 1917, with the Nashville Girl Scout Council receiving its charter in 1926. Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee currently serves 39 counties that include 7,130 volunteers and 14,031 Girl Scouts. Where else can you learn new dance moves, go camping, take care of the planet, develop your leadership skills, contribute to your community, learn business skills, experience art, stay healthy and active, become independent and work together as a team in one place? Girl Scouts of Middle Tennessee prepares girls for their future by educating them in the areas of leadership, STEM, healthy living, financial literacy and the arts. Join us as we continue Juliette Low’s mission of building girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.

Girls Got Game patch program developed by Tracy Kane and Margaret Behm.
Underwriting for this program provided by Delek US Holdings – Tournament for Hope.

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